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 Post subject: Safari - Masai Mara #1
PostPosted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 12:10 pm 
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I can't resist cute kittens, and that cheetah cub is sooooooo cute. If only that show wasn't so blurry. Great set overall.

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Yip I did spend sometime on number 1 and felt that the light in the cubs eye was too good to let go, and perhaps the slight out of focus makes the middle cub stand out more, the camera was on centre focus weighting. Thanks for feedback :)

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Cheetah cubs are my favorite <3 Great photos all around. I think my favorites are the gazelle and lioness photos. Thanks for sharing!


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Great shots, what gear were you using?

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All the shots on show were using the 80-400. Camera was set to aperture priorty, focal length would probably be between 200-400mm depending on the composition I would be trying to acheive.

Thanks all for looking and comments :)

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Great shots once again. love the leopard


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